Aluminum Shock Mount For Blue Yeti Microphone by Auphonix
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- Aluminum Mount Designed Specifically For Yeti and Yeti Pro USB Microphones
- Removes mouse banging and keyboard thumping from recordings. Isolates mic from sound & vibration
- Adapter thread to fit all microphone arms, US & Euro
- Compact and Lightweight Design, takes up much less visual space
- Excellent alternative to heavier and more expensive shock mounts
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Although the Blue Yeti is a wonderful microphone, if left on its desktop stand it will pick up every noise from your desk. All your keyboard thumps and mouse movements are transmitted directly to the micorphone, and can ruin your recording.
A shock mount is absolutely vital to isolate the microphone from the noise, vibration and shock. It suspends the microphone on elastic bands, which dissipate any vibration. Leaving you with a pure recording of your podcast, voiceover or singing. No need for any post-recording work. The problem is solved acoustically rather than electronically.
Your Auphonix Shock Mount for Blue Yeti microphones will give you a professional sound, without taking up all the space that the Radius takes up. It's made of aluminum and therefore is light and easily transportable.
This shock mount comes with an adapter thread to fit all standard microphone arms.
So, fix all your Blue Yeti microphone recording problems now with this lightweight and affordable shock mount.
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In effect, this became the perfect solution for a Meteor Mic owner hoping to find an affordable shock mount. It's perfectly use-able and even in the plastic build it's rather stylish. It happily gives off the impression I spent more money than I really did on audio equipment.
Lo and behold, it didn't fit, and this was about to be an angry 1-star review.
So I took a look at the box to make sure there was nothing missing from a supposedly compatible product, and in said box I found a small sheet of paper detailing my problem EXACTLY. It listed a URL, which then proceeded to provide me a cause an solution.
CAUSE - Some Blu Yeti USB microphones were incorrectly manufactured, and the stand hole is lightly too large.
SOLUTION - Wrap plumber's tape (used on shower mounts to prevent leaking) around the stand's threading to make up the difference.
Worked like a champ, and my microphone is now firmly secured.
Auphonix is awesome for catching that issue and addressing it on their site. A+.
About two weeks ago I got a new Yeti with a properly sized hole and the shock mount appears to hold as expected. If your Yeti's hole is the proper size this is a good value compared to the the mount sold by Blue.
New information has come to my attention that changes my opinion of this product. In my original review I found the bolt to be too small to hold the Yeti to the shock mount. However, I recently got the Radius II shock mount made by Blue - maker of the Yeti - and had the same problem. I also noticed this was a common theme with more recent one star reviews for the Radius II on Amazon.
After doing some additional investigating I discovered the hole in the bottom of my yeti was actually too big. The standard is a 5/8-inch threading, however the hole in my yeti was slightly bigger than this (by about 1/16-inch). The bolt in the Auphonix shock mount was properly sized at 5/8-inch.
based on this new information I have updated my rating form 1 star to 5 stars. I am not holding the defect in my yeti against this shock mount. The shock mount is made of plastic, but should be suitable for normal light use. Plastic is an appropriate material for this price point. The hinge has a similar design to the hinge on the Radius II and should hold the Yeti without a problem.
I would recommend this product if your yeti has a properly sized hole. However if you are in an environment where the shock mount may get some abuse, you may want to look into spending the extra money for something made of metal.
I purchased this with high hopes that it would be a good shock mount alternative to the overpriced one made by Blue. However, the mechanism that holds the Yeti to the mount is too small.
The mount hole on my Blue Yeti Microphone was one of the over-sized holes, bigger than the 5/8" industry standard. My solution?
Exchange my Yeti for a new one with the properly sized hole. I had purchased the microphone from Best Buy. So I showed the BB service rep the problem, illustrating with my Auphonix Shock Mount threads slipping in and out of the mount hole.He took a new Yeti off the shelf, the mount hole was the right size, the service rep kept the "defective" Yeti, I left with one that is built to proper spec.
So I encourage you to get a Yeti built to spec if you have one that is not built to spec. It's defective and Yeti should give you a replacement at no cost.